Mid Coast region inns and B&Bs place you in comfort & natural beauty

Inns and B&Bs in Midcoast Maine towns, including towns of Rockland, Camden, Brunswick, Boothbay, and Bath, are smaller, sometimes in historic homes, and they are closely tapped in to the local atmosphere, customs, history, and attractions. The strong point of many ME inns is their individual, personalized service. Innkeepers are usually pleased to offer additional small services and to give guests the lowdown on local dining and entertainments. Inns may have onsite restaurants, and they are fully equipped with creature comforts like television and Internet access.
Fireplace Guest Room - Lord Camden Inn - Camden, ME
Lord Camden Inn

24 Main Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-4325 Toll-Free: 800-336-4325

Hotel’s hearty breakfast buffet begins your day of exploration, adventures

Start your day of exploration along Maine’s coast with your buffet breakfast at the Lord Camden Inn. After fortifying yourself with blueberry muffins, fresh breakfast sandwiches and local coffee, set out for the shops, restaurants, Harbor Park Amphitheater and waterfront boardwalk, all just steps away from the elegant downtown hotel. Book a schooner trip, take an island bike tour, go hiking or kayaking or visit art museums and galleries. In the winter, there’s great skiing, skating, snowboarding, tobogganing and snowshoeing. Come back to the hotel to work out in the fitness room. Relax by your suite’s fireplace or admire the view of the harbor, village or Megunticook River from your balcony. Available add-on services include private in-room massages and spa services.

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Room 11 - Harbour Towne Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Harbour Towne Inn on the Waterfront

71 Townsend Avenue Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4300

Victorian-style inn invites guests to relax and enjoy the delights of Boothbay Harbor

Surrounded by serenity – and gorgeous gardens – the Victorian-style Harbour Towne Inn on the Waterfront, in the heart of Boothbay Harbor, is an inviting oasis on the scenic coast of Maine. The inn’s 11 rooms and world-class penthouse suite are individually decorated, many with private decks that overlook the harbor. It’s a short walk to an eclectic assortment of shops, restaurants and galleries. Book a schooner sail, lobster fishing excursion, whale-watching or sea-kayaking tour from this town known as the boating capital of New England. Take the ferry out to picture-perfect Monhegan Island for dramatic lighthouse views, or take a picnic out to Ocean Point for spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Your stay at the inn includes a bountiful breakfast buffet.
King Room - Tugboat Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Tugboat Inn

80 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4434

Imagine your relaxing vacation by the sea, in a charming inn’s waterview suite

Imagine this: You are sitting on the deck of a waterfront inn, sipping a cocktail, watching the boats go in and out of the harbor, having dined on succulent lobster in the waterview restaurant. That vision is a reality for guests at the Tugboat Inn, a favorite destination for those seeking seaside getaways. The inn’s 64 spacious, tastefully decorated rooms and suites face (and, in some cases, are actually over) the water, and its full-service restaurant features fresh seafood, sizzling sirloins and a view not to be missed. Area attractions include fishing and sightseeing excursions, hiking and biking trails, golf, theaters, a railway village, botanical garden, aquarium and, of course, fun shopping and plenty of places to eat lobster!
Deluxe Luxury Room 500x250 - Berry Manor Inn - Rockland, ME
Berry Manor Inn

81 Talbot Avenue Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-596-7696 Toll-Free: 800-774-5692

Inn in delightful coastal region has well-earned reputation for being a cut above

Twice, Trip Advisor has named the Berry Manor Inn one of the top best bed and breakfasts in the U.S. And here’s why: It’s in a historic residential area in Rockland, one of the country’s coolest towns (especially if you love food – or art); its rooms celebrate the elegance of the Victorian era (some have four-poster or canopy beds and working fireplaces); the inn staff is the ultimate in friendly; and the home-made breakfast is fabulous. And there’s this: home-baked pies in the pantry. Enjoy the inn’s grandeur while you plan your activities from golf, kayaking and skiing to visiting local farms, orchards, wineries and breweries. Ask about packages for true romantics or to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries.
Room 6 with Fireplace 500x250 - Granite Inn - Rockland, ME
Granite Inn

546 Main Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-9036 Toll-Free: 800-386-9036

Stately inn perfect place to launch your coastal Maine adventure

You can’t miss the Granite Inn: It’s that fabulous gray stone building on Main Street overlooking Rockland Harbor. In a national historic district, an easy walk to museums, restaurants, stores and galleries, the 1840 inn features eight gorgeous guest rooms, some with harbor views, fireplaces or whirlpool baths. The inn, kid- and pet-friendly, honors its past with antiques and relishes the present with all the modern amenities. Go online, or go into the lounge area and read the latest novel. Enjoy a hearty, healthy, homemade breakfast in the morning and tea and conversation on the expansive front porch in the afternoon. In Rockland, book a windjammer cruise or just stroll by the harbor with its historic schooner berths.
Front View - LimeRock Inn - Rockland, ME
LimeRock Inn

96 LimeRock Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-2257 Toll-Free: 800-546-3762

A Victorian inn where visitors find a vacation home away from home

Rockland’s first bed and breakfast, the LimeRock Inn knows how to make guests feel they have a vacation home away from home. Located on a quiet side street in a historic neighborhood district, a short stroll from the bustling town center, the inn combines the elegance of its Queen Anne-style architecture (complete with turret) with modern amenities like a gourmet homemade breakfast and sumptuous bedding in its eight guest rooms, some with fireplaces. From the wicker-furnished wraparound porch and informal English gardens to its fireplaced living room and open guest pantries, this Victorian mansion welcomes visitors seeking to explore all the mid-coast offers, from lighthouse tours and breathtaking oceanside walks to European-style shopping, gallery-hopping and antiquing.
Double Room- Fisherman's Wharf Inn - Boothbay Harbor ME
Fisherman's Wharf Inn

22 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-5090

Spacious rooms with water views, proximity to fun activities, fine dining: This inn has total package

Picture yourself on the balcony of your spacious suite by the water, looking out over Boothbay Harbor as you enjoy a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine. At the Fisherman’s Wharf Inn, that’s an everyday occurrence, as guests settle in to one of 54 waterfront rooms or suites and prepare to enjoy all coastal Maine offers. The popular inn is convenient to harbor shopping, dining and excursions, from scenic and lighthouse tours to whale watches and kayaking trips. Attractions in the area include great hiking trails, golf courses, a botanical garden, theaters, the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Garden and the Boothbay Railway Village. The inn’s restaurant serves up succulent lobster dinners and other coastal cuisine against panoramic harbor views.

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Monhegan Island Room - Newcastle Inn - Newcastle, ME
Newcastle Inn

60 River Road Newcastle, ME, 04553 Phone: 207-563-5685

Launch your see-Maine expedition from this cozy inn by the river

If you’re looking to explore Maine’s many delights, you want the perfect spot as your home base. You will find it at the Newcastle Inn, a cozy country inn nestled in the Damariscotta Region of the Pemaquid Peninsula. The 14 rooms in this historic inn and carriage house have private baths, antiques, luxurious linens and the kind of ambiance that urges relaxation. Some have four-poster beds, fireplaces, private decks and garden or river views. Wake up to the aroma of freshly baked muffins or sizzling bacon, enjoy your hearty breakfast, then get ready to explore the region. Go kayaking on the river, visit a brewery, go mountain biking, visit a botanical garden or a museum, take a boat to Monhegan Island.